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RULE BOOK DISCLAIMER

The rules and/or regulations set forth herein are designed to provide for the orderly conduct of racing events and to establish minimum acceptable requirements for such events. These rules shall govern the condition of all events, and by participating in these events, all participants are deemed to have complied with these rules. NO EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF SAFETY SHALL RESULT FROM PUBLICATIONS OF OR COMPLIANCE WITH THESE RULES AND OR REGULATIONS. They are intended as a guide for the conduct of the sport and are in no way a guarantee against injury or death to a participant, spectator, or official. The race director shall be empowered to permit reasonable and appropriate deviation from any of the specifications herein or impose any further restrictions that in his/her opinion do not alter the minimum acceptable requirements. NO EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF SAFETY SHALL RESULT FROM SUCH ALTERATION OF SPECIFICATIONS. Any interpretation or deviation of these rules is left to the discretion of the officials. Their decision is final.

The Management of Holiday Raceway

Holiday Raceway General Rules

ANY DRIVER CAUGHT UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL OR A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE WILL BE DISQUALIFIED AND ASKED TO LEAVE. NO REFUND!!

Pit Vehicle Rules

1) Five MPH speed limit on track premises.

2) Must be 16 years of age to operate a recreational vehicle.

3) Recreational vehicles must be used for assistance with racecars ONLY and must display race car ID number.

4) No children allowed riding bicycles, roller blades or skateboards in pits.

General Rules

1) Tech Cards must be purchased and filled out completely before first time run.

2) Only one person allowed in a racecar; no passengers.

3) Any cars that do not pass tech will not be allowed to run.

4) No burn downs, official call, both cars will be backed up and restaged

5) Courtesy rule is in effect, if either driver violates this rule the official will back the driver out of the stage beams upon opponents request only.

6) Once one car has pre-staged and staged and the opponent has pre-staged, there will be a stage counter of 15 seconds activated.

7) All drivers must wear a helmet; cars running 7.99 or faster must have roll cage and seatbelt.

8) No full burnouts across the starting line except for dragsters and cars which need it; Officials call.

9) The tree is on auto start and will activate two tenths of a second after both stage lights have been activated. Last move of the driver must be forward.

10) No car will be allowed to run if official detects hazardous leakage.

11) Burnouts must be done behind the white line in the burnout box.

12) All cars that break on the track must pull to the side of the track.

13) Only one crew member allowed on the track with car.

14) All dial-ins must be in plain view of the tower. Left side of car and front windshield. White marker only please.

15) You can't change your dial in after crossing the white line in staging.

16) Scoreboards will show your dial in, each driver is responsible for checking the boards to make sure their dial-in is correct.

17) Drivers must report to staging when called. Once bye car is paired, it is a completed round.

18) Potential bye car should stay at the end of the field. If the driver has no competition, he or she has to take the tree under the cars own power.

19) When two cars are called to move into competition and breakage occurs, the driver has two minutes to advance forward. After burnout is made and a car breaks, the driver has fifteen seconds to advance forward.

20) Lanes 1,2,3 are right lane, lanes 4,5,6 are left lanes; Lane 1 runs 4, lane 2 runs 5, lane 3 runs 6.

21) No switching lanes in staging during elimination.

22) Officials will allow driver to run more than one car but one car must be at the front of the field and the other at the back.

23) DOUBLE ENTRY - A car can be entered more than once in the same class with a different driver. One driver can not enter the same car twice. Must have two different drivers.

24) Crossing the centerline of the track or contacting the concrete barriers will result in disqualification. In an event where this happens to both competitors the first or worst rule applies.

25) During elimination if a car breaks on the line or down the track, and his opponent breaks out or red lights, the broke car is the winner. Broke car doesn't have to cross the finish line.

26) Red light disqualifies.

27) When numerous drivers want the same lane, official will use the card system.

28) One buy back, first or second round except for special circumstances. Officials decision.

29) Any system errors or error on the official's part will advance the drivers to the next round, unless it's a money round in which case the race will be ran again with cars running the same lanes and the same dial-ins.

30) No fighting will be tolerated, you will be asked to leave and possibly band from future events

31) Potential bye for the first round will be last week's winner, if last weeks winner isn't present then the runner up will get the bye. If neither shows, then the best reaction from the second time trial will determine the bye. If he or she gets their bye or gets beat in competition the next bye will be determined from the best reaction time that round of the driver that hasn't had a potential bye.

32) All vehicles must have an operating neutral safety switch.

33) All vehicles must have an operational taillight.

34) Any problems will be addressed at the end of the round or during the transition from any two classes. No problems will be discussed while a round is in progress unless additional personnel are available in tower. You must present your argument in a calm and controlled manner or it will not be considered.

35) The E.T. breaks for footbrake are 5.50 to 11.50 and the E.T. breaks for Pro-Bracket are 8.49 and faster.

36) Electric and air shifters are allowed in both classes

37) Trans-brakes can not be used in footbrake

38) Footbrake drivers must keep both hands on steering wheel while staged.

39) Track officials must be able to see through windows in the footbrake class

40) All cars must have race slicks, ET Streets or Drag radials. Street tires will be allowed in the FOOTBRAKE CLASS only. All cars and trucks must be clean and truck beds must be empty and free of loose debris. Air conditioners must be turned off. There will be NO EXCEPTIONS to these rules; you will be removed from the starting line and disqualifed if in eliminations for violation of any of these rules.

41) Any cars pulling through the staging lights will be disqualified.

42) Deep staging will be allowed in footbrake only if it is written on the tech card and window.

43) Drivers can race in both footbrake and pro bracket with the same car

44) When cars are called to staging and one lane is full, drivers must proceed to the next available position. No cars are to be left unattended.

45) During early rounds and high car count officials will direct staging to maximize capacity.

46) If a race is beyond 3rd round and rain out occurs money will be split and considered a complete race.

47) In order to receive payout a valid driver's license containing a mailing address and SS# of the person claiming the winnings must be presented. A photo copy will be made for tax purposes.

48) Refund Policy - 100% of your tech card entry will be refunded if you break before making a pass down the track. Each pass down the track before breakage occurs will cost $5.

49) Cars in Pro and Footbrake will be paired up at 8 cars based on reaction times. The better reaction time get's lane choice (LC). For Example:
Reaction Times: .500, .505, .510, .515, .520, .525, .530, .535
Pairing - .500 (LC) vs .535, .505 (LC) vs .530 etc.

50) Inclement Weather Policy - If rain or other inclement weather begins before or after the event has started, guaranteed payouts will be based on attendance. If 3rd round is complete, the purse will be split between remaining participants and the race will be deemed complete. If other circumstances exist that bar completion of the race; I.E. computer failure, power failure, etc. There will be NO cash refunds, only rain checks. Test and Tune will have no refunds or rain checks. No spectator refunds will be given. If forecast is calling for inclement weather: Thursday race will be called by 4:30 pm and Saturday race will be called by 2:30 pm. There will be NO scheduled rain dates.

Junior Dragster

1) Must have a helmet and certified seatbelts.

2) Dial in must be visible on the left side of car.

3) Drivers must be between the ages of 8 and 17.

4) The break is 7.90 to 17.50

5) Driver must wait until they are called before reporting to staging

6)You are allowed to buy back 1st or 2nd round.

7) After burnout someone may reposition your car only one time

8) After initial start up and breakage occurs one chance will be given to start the car within a reasonable time at the official's discretion. The crew member should keep the starter close by in case it is needed.

9) Crew members are prohibited from touching the vehicle once it passes the cement divider located 20 feet from the staging line. Once any portion of the vehicle crosses the cement divider no touching or restarting the car.

10) If you deep stage by accident, you will have to take the tree. No pullbacks will be allowed

11) Any time a car is started in the pits or in the staging lanes, there must be a qualified driver seated in the vehicle.

12) Lane choice will be decided among drivers, if not card procedure will be used.

13) After crossing finish line, right lane must yield to left lane while making turn. If driver needs more stopping room let official no ahead of time.

14) Be safe and be respectful to all drivers. Remember, these are children and they are very impressionable.

15) Refer to general rules.

16) Management makes all final decisions Rank or Worst Offenses: The lower the number, the worse the offense

1 - Unsportsmanlike conduct, improper language or conduct detrimental to racing
2 - Any condition considered to be unsafe or unfair
3 - Touching center line or contacting barriers
4 - Foul start on dual competition run
5 - "Breakout" or running under your dial in
5 - Not crossing the finish line under the cars own power

Heads-Up Rules

7.00
Class Description - Designed for door cars running a 7.00 index.
Body, Tires, Suspension - Door cars only. Any tire size & suspension permitted.
Engine - Any engine combination or power adders allowed.
No electrical throttle stops
Tree - .400 Pro Tree
Deep Staging - Deep staging is allowed at drivers risk

6.00
Class Description - Designed for door cars running a 6.00 index.
Body, Tires, Suspension - Door cars only. Any tire size & suspension permitted.
Engine - Any engine combination or power adders allowed.
No electrical throttle stops
Tree - .400 Pro Tree
Deep Staging - Deep staging is allowed at driver's risk

5.30
Class Description - Designed for door cars running a 5.30 index.
Body, Tires, Suspension - Door cars only. Any tire size & suspension permitted.
Engine - Any engine combination or power adders allowed.
No electrical throttle stops /
Tree .400 Pro Tree
Deep Staging - Deep staging is allowed at driver's risk.

 


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